Fehr, R., Fulmer, C. A., & Keng-Highberger, F. T. Conditionally accepted. How do employees react to leaders’ unethical behavior? The role of moral disengagement. Personnel Psychology.
Lemay, E., Ryan, J., Fehr, R., & Gelfand, M. J. 2019. Validation of negativity: Drawbacks of interpersonal responsiveness during conflicts with outsiders. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Fehr, R., Welsh, D., Yam, K. C., Baer, M., Wei, W., & Vaulont, M. 2019. The role of moral decoupling in the causes and consequences of unethical pro-organizational behavior. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
Watkins, T., Fehr, R., & He, W. 2018. Whatever it takes: Leaders’ perceptions of abusive supervision instrumentality. Leadership Quarterly. [PDF]
Yam, K. C., Fehr, R., Burch, T. C., Zhang, Y., & Gray, K. 2018. Would I really make a difference? Moral typecasting theory and its implications for helping ethical leaders. Journal of Business Ethics. [PDF]
Fehr, R., Yam, K. C., He, W., Chiang, J., & Wei, W. 2017. Polluted work: A self-control perspective on air pollution appraisals, organizational citizenship, and counterproductive work behavior. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 143: 98-110. [PDF]
Fehr, R., Fulmer, C. A., Awtrey, E. C., & Miller, J. A. 2017. The grateful workplace: A multilevel model of gratitude in organizations. Academy of Management Review, 42: 361-381. [PDF]
Liu, H., Chiang, J. T., Fehr, R., Xu, M., & Wang, S. 2017. How do leaders react when treated unfairly? Leader narcissism and self-interested behavior in response to unfair treatment. Journal of Applied Psychology, 102: 1590-1599. [PDF]
He, W., Fehr, R., Yam, K. C., Long, L. R., & Hao, P. 2017. Interactional justice, leader-member exchange, and employee performance: Examining the moderating role of justice differentiation. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38: 537-557. [PDF]
Kim, P. H., Mislin, A., Tuncel, E., Fehr, R., Cheshin, A., & van Kleef, G. A. 2017. Power as an emotional liability: Implications for perceived authenticity and trust after a transgression. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 146: 1379-1401. [PDF]
Yam, C. K., Fehr, R., Keng-Highberger, F.T., Klotz, A., & Reynolds, S. 2016. Out of control: A self-control perspective on the link between surface acting and abusive supervision. Journal of Applied Psychology, 101: 292-301. [PDF]
Fehr, R., Yam, K. C., & Dang, C. T. 2015. Moralized leadership: The construction and consequences of ethical leader perceptions. Academy of Management Review, 40: 182-209. [PDF]
Zheng, M., Fehr, R., Tai, K., Narayanan, J., & Gelfand, M. 2015. The unburdening effects of forgiveness: Effects on slant perception and jumping height. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 6: 431-438. [PDF]
De Bolle et al. 2015. The emergence of sex differences in personality traits in early adolescence: A cross-sectional, cross-cultural study. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 108: 171-185 (cross-cultural collaboration of 49 researchers).
Yam, K. C., Fehr, R., & Barnes, C. 2014. Morning employees are better employees: Employees’ start times influence supervisor performance ratings. Journal of Applied Psychology, 99: 1288-1299. [PDF]
Fehr, R., & Gelfand, M. J. 2012. The forgiving organization: A multilevel model of forgiveness at work. Academy of Management Review, 37: 664-688. [PDF]
Fehr, R., Gelfand, M.J., & Nag, M. 2010. The road to forgiveness: A meta-analytic synthesis of its situational and dispositional correlates. Psychological Bulletin, 136: 894-914. [PDF]
Fehr, R. & Gelfand, M. J. 2010. When apologies work: How matching apology components to victims’ self-construals facilitates forgiveness. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 113: 37-50. [PDF]
Gelfand, M. J., Leslie, L, & Fehr, R. 2008. In order to prosper, organizational psychology…should adopt a global perspective. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 29: 493-51. [PDF]
Book Chapters and Commentaries
Fehr, R., & Gelfand, M. J. Under contract. Organizational forgiveness. In E. L. Worthington & N. G. Wade (Eds.), Handbook of Forgiveness. New York: Routledge.
Fehr, R. 2012. Is retirement always stressful? The potential impact of creativity. American Psychologist, 67: 76-77. [PDF]
Fehr, R. 2012. Creativity in retirement. In M. Wang, (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Retirement (pp. 588-602). New York: Oxford Press.
Fehr, R. 2009. Why innovation demands aren't as conflicted as they seem: Stochasticism and the creative process. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 2: 344-348. [PDF]
Gelfand, M. J., Imai, L., & Fehr, R. 2008. Thinking intelligently about cultural intelligence: The road ahead. In S. Ang & L. Van Dyne (Eds.), Handbook of Cultural Intelligence: Theory, Measurement, and Application (pp. 375-387). Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.